About Us

On 24th December 2016, the Rajpoot restaurant closed for business.  Feel free to read our legacy page below which has been kept for historical reasons.

Rajpoot Indian Cuisine

We were established in 1980 through brothers Ahmed and Mahmud’s ambitions of providing a high class South Asian dining experience to food lovers of the South West. Though often imitated we are the original and bear no relation to any similarly named establishments.

Our name is derived from the legendary warriors of Mughal governed India and our restaurant theme takes inspiration from this and adds touches of contemporary India and aristocratic Bengal to a grand grade listed Georgian cellar. Our new side Jonaki enhances this by adding further capacity amongst a refined backdrop of specially commissioned Mughal style carved murals and mosaics.

The end result is an elegant yet intimate décor enhanced by numerous subtle touches stretched over seven dining areas; we are convinced that the results would have been endorsed by even the Mughal Emperors themselves.

Indian cooking is an art

Indian cooking is an art derived over the centuries from a diversity of sources and developments. Factors such as Religion, health, customs and even climatic conditions have played their part. Meal-times in an Indian household are like ceremonial occasions; the food is a gift from Deities and should be prepared with due respect.

In this restaurant we present Tandoori, Mughal and Bengali dishes as a sample of the variety of classic South Asian food found across the Indian Sub-continent. We augment this with a series of specially perfected dishes created by our team of long serving chefs who demand only the best.

Our food is what has won as so much acclaim and we continue our dedication to this art each and every night. Our efforts have been rewarded with numerous awards over the years and we hope to continue to excite diners in the future.

What our customers say

“The King of cuisine’s”
– JONATHAN ROSS (TV Presenter)

“Excellent meal: compares with the best anywhere”
– PRINCE FAISAL, SAUDI ARABIA

“Excellent!”
– SIR ANTHONY HOPKINS (Actor)

“Yum!!”
– BROOKE SHIELDS (Actress)

“Great Food”
– PHIL COLLINS (Singer, Musician)

“Thank you for the good food”
– KEITH FLOYD (Celebrity Chef)

“Lamb tikka amazing”
– PETER GABRIEL (Musician, Genesis)

“Great hot stuff”
– LIONAL BLAIR (Actor)

“The best”
– GRAHAM GOOCH (Former England Cricket Captain)

“Excellent as ever”
– RONALD ORZABEL, (Musician ‘Tears For Fears’)

“The band are good but the meal was great”
– DES O’CONNOR (TV Personality)

“My favourite place, delicious as ever”
– CHRIS PATTEN (Former Governor General of Hong Kong)

“Five Star”
– PANDIT RAVI SHANKAR (Renowned Sitarist)

What the press says

“Bath’s Alladin’s cave of wonders”
– SUNDAY INDEPENDENT

“The menu is superb and offers outstanding an imagintive dishes. This plus the service and atmosphere makes it a winner”
– THE DAILY MIRROR

“Bath’s jewel in the crown”
– CITY LIFE MAGAZINE

“The Rajpoot’s surroundings are exquisite and the food is exceptional. Bath’s hot spot”
– BATH CHRONICLE

“The quality of the menu is superb offering a varied choice of outstanding and imaginative spiced dishes”
– EVENING POST

“An amazing establishment”
– TANDOORI MAGAZINE

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Rajpoot House
4 Argyle Street
Bath BA2 4BA
t: (01225) 466833 or 464758

Opening Hours
Lunch 12pm - 2.30pm
Evenings 6pm - 11pm
( 11:30pm Friday & Saturday)